2D_Course_Notes_-_Part_I - MSE 2D3 2004/2005 Thermodynamics...

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1 MSE 2D3 2004/2005 Thermodynamics of Materials II ° Course Objective: To study the principles of solution thermodynamics, reactions and equilibrium, Gibbs phase rule, and mixing. Gaskell Ch 9-12. ° Instructors: Dr. Shiping Zhu (JHE 250/A, ext. 24962) [email protected] ° TA: Ms. Yi Chen (JHE 356, ext. 23317) [email protected] Kevin Graham (JHE-356, Ext. 23317) [email protected] ° Lecture Hours: JHE 326H Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 1:30-2:20; ° Tutorial Hours ABB 271 Tuesday 11:30-12:20 ° Assessment: 5 assignments 20 % 2 hours midterm test 30 % 3 hours final examination 50 % There might be a grade adjustment re curving The final percentage grades will be converted in letter grades using the Registrar s recommended procedure. ° Text Book: D.R. Gaskell, "Introduction to the Thermodynamics of Materials” 4th ed., Taylor & Francis, 2003 ° Reference: J.M. Smith, H.C. Van Ness, M.M. Abbott, Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics” 5th ed., McGraw-Hill, 1995
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2 University Policies: ° The Faculty of Engineering is concerned with ensuring an environment that is free of all discrimination. If there is a problem, individuals are reminded that they should contact the Department Chair, the Sexual Harassment Officer or the Human Rights Consultant, as the problem occurs. ° The policies in the Statement on Academic Ethics and the Senate Resolutions on Academic Dishonesty distributed at registration and available from the Senate Office will be followed in this course.
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3 Course Content ° 1. Introduction 3 hours 1.1 Overview of the Course 1.2 Thermodynamic laws (Gaskell Ch. 2&3) 1.3 Property relations (Gaskell Ch. 5) 1.4 Behavior of gases (Gaskell Ch. 8) 1.5 Phase rule and equilibrium (Gaskell Ch. 7) 1.6 Examples ° 2. The behavior of solutions - activity 9 hours 2.1 Chemical potential (Gaskell 5.7) and fugacity (Gaskell 8.7) 2.2 Raoult s law and Henry s law (Gaskell 9.2) 2.3 Activity (Gaskell 9.3) 2.4 Gibbs-Duhem equation (Gaskell 9.4 & 9.5) 2.5 Ideal solution (Gaskell 9.6) 2.6 Examples ° 3. The behavior of solutions – nonideal solution 6 hours 3.1 Activity coefficient (Gaskell 9.7) 3.2 Determination of activity (Gaskell 9.8) 3.3 Regular solution (Gaskell 9.9) 3.4 Statistical model of solution (Gaskell 9.10) 3.5 Subregular solution (Gaskell 9.11) 3.6 Examples
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4 Course Content - continued ° 4. Phase diagrams 6 hours 4.1 Regular solutions (Gaskell 10.3) 4.2 Phase stability (Gaskell 10.4) 4.3 Liquid and Solid standard states (Gaskell 10.5) 4.5 Phase diagrams (Gaskell 10.6) 4.6 Binary systems (Gaskell 10.7) 4.7 Examples ° 5. Reactions involving gases 6 hours 5.1 Gas mixture (Gaskell 11.2) 5.2 Temperature effect (Gaskell 11.3) 5.2 Pressure effect (Gaskell 11.4) 5.3 Reaction equilibrium – H versus S (Gaskell 11.5) 5.4 SO2-SO3-O2 5.5 H2O-H2 AND CO2-CO 5.6 Examples ° 6. Reactions involving pure condensed and gaseous phases 6 hours 6.1 Standard G enery (Gaskell 12.3) 6.2 Ellingham diagrams (Gaskell 12.4) 6.3 Effect of phase transformation (Gaskell 12.5) 6.4 Carbob oxides (Gaskell 12.6) 6.5 Metal-carbon-oxygen (Gaskell 12.7) 6.6 Examples Plus 2 hours Mid-Term Test and 1 hour Final Review --- a total of 39 hours
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